Six Years Late to the GOT Party

It’s hard to imagine it now, but at one point, I refused to join Facebook. “It seems like a time suck,” I’d say. “I don’t get it.” Despite my cynicism, Read More …

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A Little More About Arnold Sherman

There are certain people who enter your life and leave an indelible impact. For countless kids and adults in Tyler, Texas, Arnold Sherman is one of those people. I was Read More …

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In Desperate Need of a Balcony Cry

For years and years, I spent Monday nights watching The Bachelor with a few close girlfriends. We took the show seriously for about 3 minutes, then used it as the Read More …

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Don’t Mess With My Toot Toots

First off, I just can’t stop thanking everyone for their support during Surgery Week. Your calls, texts, Facebook messages, posts, notes, and visits have made such a difference, and it Read More …

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Okay Cancer, We’ll Take Door #2

I’ve been putting off sharing some bummer news with you, but the Arndts could use your good mojo this week, please. At the end of May, Tim was diagnosed with Read More …

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Texting With My Dad

There are all sorts of things I would never have expected to see in my lifetime: Drones. An entire store of Spanx in the Atlanta airport (I saw it with Read More …

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I Do Not Want This Ugly Dress!

A few weeks ago, I had the great fortune of rooming with a coworker for a work conference. While most people would groan about sharing a hotel room during a Read More …

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Finding Sharon

When you’re married to a man who has what I callĀ “hoardy” tendencies (I’m making that a word so feel free to use it), you never know what you’re going to Read More …

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Buried Alive in Socks

On many weekends over the past 17 years, I’ve turned on a mindless tv show and played the Match Game with a never-ending pile of socks. Thanks to socks and Read More …

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It’s Just What You Do

There are two kinds of people in this world: People who are good during emergencies and people who aren’t. Tim Arndt is great during emergencies. I am not. I’ve been Read More …

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